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Trial for man accused of fatally shooting a teen to begin next week

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Roanoke man found not guilty for the murder of a teenager

Roanoke, Virginia – The trial for the man accused of fatally shooting a Roanoke teenager in 2019 is scheduled for next week.

Demarcus Glenn has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Tyler Polumbo, a 16-year-old boy.

Glenn is suspected of shooting Polumbo in the 2100 block of Denniston Avenue Southwest in Grandin Village on May 31, 2019.

Glenn was arraigned in Roanoke City Circuit Court on Friday, facing four crimes in total.

Glenn has entered a not guilty plea to all of the charges.

On Tuesday, October 19, a jury trial will begin.

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